Cotton: is a natural fibre favoured for its breathability - which means it's cool to wear in the summer while warm in the winter. It's hypo-allergenic and so is especially suitable for people with skin sensitivity. It's also long lasting and easy care - it's machine washable.
Jersey: is a knitted fabric that most often has an extremely fine surface which is distinguished by its high degree of elasticity. The resulting comfort is what makes jersey so popular.
Elastane: a synthetic, elastane is added in small quantities to fabrics to provide stretch and shape retention. It allows freedom of movement and delivers long lasting fit. Lycra is a premium branded version of elastane.
Modal: modal fibres can be compared to cotton or viscose. They are made of cellulose which has undergone chemical treatment to improve its properties. This gives modal a softer drape than cotton and makes it more durable than viscose.
In this chart, you will find the exact measurements of the selected item. In addition to the navabi size, the manufacturer sizes are also included in case you have already had experience with a particular designer.
The mannequin is equivalent to a woman who is 175 cm tall and wears a navabi-size 44 according to our measurement chart.
We measure the bust from underarm to underarm. To find out the circumference of an item, double the listed measurement.
We measure the waist 41 cm below the side edge of the neckline. To find out the waist circumference of an item, double the listed measurement.
For tops and dresses, we measure the total length from the side edge of the neckline down to the lower hem. If the item has different lengths, both the minimum and maximum length are provided. For trousers and skirts, the length is measured along the outer side from the waistband to the end of the leg/skirt.
We measure the hips 62 cm below the side edge of the neckline. For trousers, we measure the width 21 cm below the waistband. To find out the circumference around the hips of an item, double the listed measurement.